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Reports on experience in the Stade district, a low-lying, marshy, coastal region, with a number of hybrid Black Poplar varieties, including a promising new cultivar, 'Hubertus', and, briefly, with Balsam Poplars and tree Willows. Topics discussed include: soil cultivation and fertilizing; planting...

Author(s)
Jaeger, K.
Citation
Fost- u. Holzw., 1971, 26, 3, pp 4558
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Gives results of 8 years' observations on plantings of 76 species and varieties on chernozem-like clay-loams on and above the flood-plain of the middle Don. The fastest growing Poplars of Sect. Aigeiros are - 'Russkij', 'Micurinec', 'Pioner', 'Red-veined', 'Canadian', 'Vernirubens', 'Bachelieri',...

Author(s)
Makasaeva, L. D.
Citation
Sb. Naucn. Rabot Donsk. Nauc. issled. Lesn. Opytn. St., 1970, No. 3, pp 14-28
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Presents data on height, diam., and volume at age 10 for 46 clones planted as 2-year-olds on a deep, humous alluvial loam in the Neckar growth region, S.W. Germany. Volume growth was greatest in Populus 'Androscoggin', followed by P. 'I-214' (respectively 0.46 and 0.42 cu. m. vs. 0.02 in P. nigra). ...

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Werner, H.
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Mitteilungen des Vereins fur Forstliche Standortskartierung, 1969, No. 19, pp 67-71
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Describes an analysis of sample discs from stems of 2 clones, each of 3 ramets, of Populus maximowiczii X P. trichocarpa, P. nigra cv. 'Betulifolia' X P. trichocarpa, and P. deltoides X P. nigra cv. 'Caudina'. Anatomical analysis for all clones showed that fibre length and sp.gr. of sapwood (but...

Author(s)
Marton, R.; Stairs, GR.; Schreiner, E. J.
Citation
TAPPI, 1968, 51, 5, pp 230-5
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Tabulates details of the performance of 28 forms of Poplars obtained from Sverdlovsk, Kamyshin and Tashkent and planted in the Chelyabinsk region on non-saline ground (in 1963) and on weakly saline ground (in 1964). Winter hardiness was not significantly affected by a wet year (1964), a droughty...

Author(s)
Vibe, G. G.
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Bjulleten' Glavnogo Botanicheskogo Sada, 1968, No. 69, pp 86-8
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Performance (in livestock-protection windbreaks) of 23 hybrid clones is tabulated; hybrids containing Populus deltoides and P. nigra cv. 'Caudina' show promise in this area. KEYWORDS: Populus \ silviculture \ poplars \ Populus deltoides var. monilifera \ genetics \ plant breeding \ tree breeding \...

Author(s)
Read, R. A.
Citation
Research Notes. Rocky Mountain Forest and Range Experiment Station, 1967, No. RM-91, pp 8
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As part of work on the production of new strains better suited to conditions in Greece and less susceptible to disease than the clones hitherto introduced, experimental crossings were made of P. nigra. var. pubescens with P. deltoides (missouriensis) and with the clones P. '262' and P. '07/5'....

Author(s)
Panetsos, C. P [kP.
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Publications. Forest Research Institute, Ministry of Agriculture, Athens, 1967, No. 18, pp 44 pp.
Abstract

Three crosses were investigated, between females of P. maximowiczii and males of (a) P. nigra var. italica, (b) P. laurifolia, and (c) P. x berolinensis (i.e. a hybrid between (a) and (b)). One-year seedlings were planted out in plots in 1955, and detailed biometric measurements made each year...

Author(s)
Pohl, Z.
Citation
Arboretum Kornickie, Poznan, 1962, 7, pp 115-87
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Preliminary results of trials of 15 Poplar clones in the Dun Valley, Dehra Dun. It is concluded that conditions are very favourable to Poplar growth. By far the most successful clone was Populus "Casale 488", with "Casale 30" close behind. Moderately good were "Heidemij I.J. 116", "Robusta A E", P. ...

Author(s)
Dalal, S. S.; Patnaik, N.; Singh, B.
Citation
Indian Forester, 1962, 88, 8, pp 552-9
Abstract

The author describes his visit to Bashkiria. The forests cover ca. 6, 000, 000 ha. and contain 40% of the total stand of Tilia cordata in the U.S.S.R. Populus nigra reaches its easternmost limit here, but withstands the continental climate fairly well. The author also describes other Poplar...

Author(s)
Tyszkiewics, S.
Citation
Sylwan, 1957, 101, 5, pp 67-75

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